Definition of page-one in English:

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page-one

Pronunciation: /ˌpājˈwən/

adjective

North American
Worthy of being featured on the front page of a newspaper or magazine: page-one news
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  • A certain social ill might suddenly get a burst of national publicity because editors at the newspaper decided to make it a page-one news feature.
  • Huge increases in tuition and fees in our colleges and universities have become page-one news.
  • A search in Nexis, a news database, shows none of those papers carried a page-one story about the explosion.

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